A passionate and seductive album which reminds us how distinctive this band can be.
A ridiculously optimistic and happy third album from the Belfast band.
Soulfully articulated, machine-driven melancholia from rising south Londoner.
A damaged debut, the way the hues of its bruises blend proving wholly hypnotic.
Grant swaps pastoral 70s sounds for synth-pop on a stunning second solo LP.
Appealing solo debut from the former Metronomy man.
Dave Grohl and friends celebrate creativity and friendship on a mostly successful set.
If you can get past a divisive lead vocal, a world of glorious pop-rap awaits.
A vibrant, evocative LP, and a welcome addition to the Phosphorescent catalogue.
A second set occupying a murkier world than that of Hurts’ glossy debut.